Collaboration, collaboration, collaboration
Greetings from the Click3D bunker – It’s been a hectic last week or so and there’s no sign of it letting up either. This is, of course, a good thing.
Working in-house in Godalming (the hills don’t get any easier) and delivering some stunning content has been the mainstay of work recently and it’s introduced the question as to whether it is better to freelance or to have a permanent role: It’s a tough question to answer as both have positive ...Read More →
Click3D’s architectural visualisation articles #1 – From Micro- to Mega-structure
As promised last week but maybe missed in the ramble about VRay and the north face of the Eiger, here is the first of Click3D’s architectural visualisation articles. They are intended to give the reader a better knowledge of the many facets used and encountered by the humble architectural visualiser. This one offers an overview into the practice’s integration into other sectors whilst others will focus on more specific elements. Enjoy!
Architectural visualization – also ...Read More →
Friday in the bunker
It’s been ever so slightly hectic over the last week or so here at Click3D towers, so apologies of a sort for the lack of ramblings up until this point. Since the last post, stress levels have hit the roof, jobs have been completed and the north face of the Eiger conquered. Read on for more detail…
Obviously, the last update let you all know that the Hertfordshire project was progressing well, and it’s pleasing to say that it has all ...Read More →
Click render and….make a cup of tea
The Hertfordshire project is progressing really well – now at the stage where the final renders are being produced which means a lot of different versions of the same scene being created, all ready to be composited together in the not-too-distant future. One element (the photomontage) is already complete, having required a bit of a late night (01:15 finish this morning, natch) to get it done, but it is one of those things.
This does however introduce a bit of ...Read More →